When an organization that builds things goes bankrupt, you learn to live without those things. What do you do when an organization that builds people goes bankrupt? Alice Tisch, president of the board for Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, and Board Vice President Jenny Lyss joined us in the studio to talk about how their organization absorbed about $75 million of programming and an additional 9,000 clients when FEGS - one of the largest, well-respected social services agency in the city – imploded, sending shockwaves through the New York nonprofit community.
New York Nonprofit Media regularly interviews nonprofit leaders to discuss their professional experience, lessons learned, perspectives on the industry and more. To recommend a candidate for our CEO Corner, contact Dan Rosenblum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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